The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory located in the Western Caribbean. We are situated 480 miles south of Miami, Florida, 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica. The Cayman Islands are only a 70-minute flight from Miami - a convenient alternative route to direct flights from London.
The main passenger airport in the Cayman Islands, Owen Roberts International Airport, is located on the largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman. Our sister island of Cayman Brac also has its own airport, the Charles Kirkconnell Airport. Little Cayman, the ultimate Caribbean beach holiday, is served by daily inter-island flights.
There are more than 55 weekly flights into the Cayman Islands including a direct service with British Airways from London Heathrow that operates four times a week. 28 flights each week between Miami and Grand Cayman make it easy to connect from Europe. There are regular connections to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Inter-island service between Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman is provided by Cayman Airways and Cayman Express. Cayman Airways provides daily jet service to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, while Cayman Express provides service four times daily to both islands from Grand Cayman.
The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) oversees the airports' operations, and maintains and improves them. The Civil Aviation Authority is the regulatory body that controls the aviation industry throughout the Cayman Islands. Their mission is to provide a safe and efficient environment for the movement of aircraft and people in accordance with international and national practices. Please feel free to contact the Civil Aviation Authority at www.caacayman.com
. This site is a very useful tool for current information on Aircraft Registry or the Air Traffic Services.